The Kay Conroy Mystery Series:
When housing contractor Kay Conroy finds her son’s soccer coach dead on his kitchen floor, her well known dislike for the man soon turns into a motive for murder.
Now, anxious to aim the finger of guilt elsewhere, the quick-witted but daydreaming single mom must squeeze her own investigation in between car-pooling her son and overseeing the construction of a home for a local socialite. The evidence she discovers puts her at the top of the suspect list even though she knows she’s being framed. Meanwhile, there’s an attractive landscaper she’d like to know better and an amorous CEO she’d like to lose.
With the aid of her salty-tongued best friend and the sixth sense of her puppy, Kay digs for dirt. What she finds are broken hearts and bottom lines…not to mention danger!
“This is a page-turning read told with humor that makes for a perfect summer read! I highly recommend it!”
USA Today Best-Selling Author
Enjoyed how quirky friends Kay and Maddey interacted and some of the mischief they got themselves into. Definitely recommend.
"Framed, the first in the Kay Conroy Mystery Series, is a fun read with entertaining characters, clever humor and an intriguing mystery that will keep you turning the page."
"I love the wonderfully clever and funny writing style that this author incorporates into her stories, but I also greatly appreciate how she weaves her storyline toward such an endearing and satisfying conclusion. This was one of those books that I just couldn't put down!"
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